How your support helps stroke survivors around the UK.
The London Landmarks Half Marathon is a brand new, closed road event through central London. It is the only half marathon to go through both the City of London and City of Westminster. Runners start on Pall Mall and finish by Downing Street with stunning vies of London’s most iconic landmarks.
This famous ride is now in its sixth year and is the largest cycling event in the UK – who wouldn’t want to take part? Taking place on 29 July 2018, this event celebrates the legacy created by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
This beautiful 10k takes you on the ultimate running tour of London, through the capital’s most iconic sights. Starting on The Mall and finishing opposite Buckingham Palace, the London Vitality 10,000 will also take you past sights such as the London Eye and St Pauls Cathedral.
Join #TeamStroke as they take on the BMW Berlin Marathon for its 45th year. This incredible route is perfect for all runners, with flat terrain and passing through many of Berlin’s most famous attractions.
Join us for one of our favourite annual events, the Royal Parks Half Marathon. Starting and finishing in the stunning Hyde Park, this popular race sees over 16,000 runners take on the 13.1 mile route through central London.
We’d love you to join us by holding your own Give a Hand and Bake sale to raise some serious dough to help change the story for stroke survivors.
The Sage Reading Half Marathon takes place on a flat fast course, taking in the highlights of Reading, passing through the university. You will experience a fantastic atmosphere and huge crowd support.This a great race if you are a beginner or hoping for a personal best.
Make your mark with this 100km challenge from Putney, London, to Henley-on-Thames where you'll pass some of London’s most iconic spots. There's something for everyone in this challenge - you can walk at your own pace, jog or run the whole distance.
Join over 3,000 people to take on this incredible challenge over the May Bank Holiday. Starting in Richmond Park, through the North Downs, South Downs and beautiful Sussex countryside, before following the coastline to the finish line at Brighton Racecourse.